Energy Saving Myths That Will Destroy Your Wallet

1) Multiple inexpensive incandescent bulbs are better than one expensive halogen bulb may not seem so, but buying a more expensive halogen bulb is to save money. Depending on the type of bulb, savings range from 33% to 95% (LED bulbs). They have a longer lifespan than conventional bulbs.
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Halogen light is annoying
This used to be true. Nowadays, types have been developed that eliminate this problem and are available in cool white, warm white, daylight white, etc.
3) Standby mode saves energy
At first glance, it may seem that a light-off device in standby mode consumes less power. However, the opposite is true: the device is pretending to be inactive, but at the same time it is consuming power so that it can be activated at any time.
The less food in your refrigerator, the more you save
Many people think this way. However, this is also a misconception, as chilled and frozen foods help maintain desirable temperatures. The best way to save money is to keep the refrigerator 70% full. Don\’t overfill your refrigerator or freezer, because overfilling anything is bad for you.
5) Chargers in drawers are not relevant
but they are. Just because it is not operating does not mean that it is not consuming power. This applies only to certain types and is indicated by a warm feeling to the touch. Unplugging all equipment also increases safety and reduces the risk of injury.
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[⑥] Windows should always be sealed
If you are looking at this from a thermal protection perspective, you are right. A large amount of heat can escape through damaged windows. From a health perspective, however, perfect sealing can already cause problems. CO2concentrations in the apartment begin to rise, causing drowsiness and fatigue. Humidity, which causes mold, also begins to rise. Windows should be sealed, but not too much.